When you look at the card of Wrestlemania 34. you cannot deny that one of the marquee matches is Roman Reigns v. Brock Lesnar. That’s the money match. As much as people dislike Roman Reigns, you cannot deny that this match has promise. If it’s anything like the last match, then Brock and Roman could put on a barn-burner of a match.

With all that said, there’s a lot that could go wrong. But honestly, what’s the worst that could happen? The answer? A whole heckin’ lot.

brock lesnar beats up roman reigns for real

Imagine this: both men make their way to the ring, and there are fireworks everywhere. Bell rings, and Lesnar immediately clocks Reigns in the mouth with an honest-to-God punch that scrambles his brains. Lesnar totally cleans Reigns’ clock.


After a few more punches, Brock “Beast ‘Conqueror’ Incarnate” Lesnar puts Roman “The Big Dog” Reigns in a Brazilian jiu-jitsu submission that chokes the life out of the challenger. Roman taps out, and the match is over. Total duration? 2 minutes and 12 seconds.

Vince angrily strolls down the long-ass ramp to the ring, and then Brock punches him in the face as well. Wrestlemania goes off air.

Lesnar then holds the Universal Championship hostage for another year before vacating it and then setting the belt on fire in the middle of the ring and then F-5’ing a Make a Wish Kid onto the burning belt.

The end.

roman reigns gets injured during the match

Let’s say that Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar are having a really great match. It’ the type of match that people wish happened in the Tokyo Dome instead so it could be rated six stars. It’s that good.

After nearly an hour and a half of finisher reversals, near-falls, and some seriously intense chain-wrestling, Reigns is gearing up for the Superman Punch. He jumps and punches Lesnar in the face, but in the process, he injures himself. He manages to defeat Lesnar and send him back to his farm in the middle of nowhere, but he is unable to celebrate.

The next night on Raw, Kurt Angle announces that Reigns has to vacate the Universal Championship, and that there will be a battle royal later where all the male competitors can compete for the vacant title.

In the end, the 25-man battle royal is won by none other than a returning Big Cass.

Brock lesnar gets injured before wrestlemania

So let’s say less than 72 hours before the Showcase of the Immortals, Brock “Brock Lesnar” Lesnar slips on a rock or something and gets injured. He cannot compete at Wrestlemania. There’s no time to adjust anything anymore; Wrestlemania is a mere three days away. WWE is forced to announce that the winner of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will not only get a sweet trophy, but they will also get a shot at the Universal Championship by facing Roman Reigns for the vacant title.

In the end, the battle royal ends in a five-way tie after a returning Jack Swagger, an also-returning Alberto Del Rio, Kane, Titus O’Neil, and Konnor all get eliminated at the same time. Kurt Angle announces a six-pack  elimination match for the Universal Championship.

After around ten minutes of action, Roman Reigns, Jack Swagger, and Konnor are the final three. Eventually, Jack Swagger makes both men tap out with a double Ankle Lock and is the new Universal Champion.


Stay healthy, you guys.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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